Miss Adeline’s Match by Joanna Barker

April 1, 2019 | 1 Comment
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Miss Adeline’s Match by Joanna BarkerMiss Adeline's Match
Author: Joanna Barker
Genres: Historical Romance
Format: Audio, eBook, Print
Pages: 263
Date: April 1, 2019
Publisher: Covenant

Miss Adeline Hayes is the perfect lady’s companion: pleasant, conversational, and unceasingly proper. But when her closest friend, Charity Edgeworth, breaks off her arranged marriage without explanation, even Adeline’s superior skills are put to the test. Charity’s father banishes the two young women to the country, sending Adeline with a charge to find Charity a husband—or suffer dire consequences.

As Adeline takes on the role of reluctant matchmaker, she discovers more than one obstacle in her path. Not only does Charity prefer escaping in books to socializing, but Adeline soon finds her own attentions distracted by the standoffish—and irritatingly handsome—Mr. Evan Whitfield. Amidst an eventful foxhunt and the unexpected arrival of Charity’s former betrothed, Adeline simply doesn’t have time for a battle of wits with Evan. But the two are continually drawn together until Adeline begins to question her tightly guarded convictions about love and marriage.

However, when secrets are revealed and truths made known, Adeline must face her most fearsome obstacle yet: herself.

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About Joanna Barker

Joanna Barker

Joanna Barker discovered her love for historical fiction after visiting England as an eleven-year-old, and subsequently read every Jane Austen book she could get her hands on. After graduating Brigham Young University with a degree in English, she worked as an acquisitions editor before devoting herself full-time to writing. She enjoys music, chocolate, and reading everything from romance to science fiction. She lives in Utah and is just a little crazy about her husband and two wild-but-loveable boys.


One response to “Miss Adeline’s Match by Joanna Barker

  1. Maria

    I’ve enjoyed each of Ms. Barker’s books so far and this one was an enjoyable read as well. I like her writing style. This book had an interesting story line and interesting characters and I found I felt strong emotions right along with them. I cringed as Adeline made judgement errors and felt crushed by her despair as things fell apart. I also felt joy right along with her. I felt terrible for George but also just a little skeptical that maybe he was hiding something and wondered at the alternating harshness and kindness of Evan. And I also felt Charity’s sadness and anger. Peter was a delight. And having had parent’s with dementia, I felt the sadness of losing a parent while they still live. That scenario is always killer to my heart. Lots of feels in the book. And a good read.
    No sex, language or violence

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